I've been eating a few radishes lately — the worms ate over half of one of my two rows — and yesterday I had some turnip greens but for the most part not much is happening on the gardening front.
I once heard that, after
planting, gardening is all abut the Three W's: weeding, watering and waiting. So this is what I've been doing. I go out usually every day.
When I miss a day, I'm amazed at how the plants have shot up.
look for and note the tiny green nodules that will grow up to be tomatoes.
I dig around weeds, pluck and toss them, roots-up, back into the bed. I
check the soil and water from plastic cans if it's dry.
mostly I stand with my hands in my pockets looking over my little plot
and saying things like "yup," and "all right then." That third W.
It's a good reminder that we're in relationship not in control.